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World Politics and Personal Insecurity

World Politics and Personal Insecurity

By Harold D. Lasswell

McGraw-Hill, 1934, 307 pp.

A stimulating psychological approach to international relations, by a well-known writer on propaganda technique. The author examines the basic concepts and symbols which are so potent in the national or class mentality, discussing the ideas of balance of power, security, equality, imperialism, etc. He then turns to economic factors, travel and contact, the molding of opinion and general political attitudes.